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Comedy Central
Jul 26, 2013 1:00am PDT
financial stocks, the bank stocks all had spectacular numbers. here's goldman sachs, by the way, which had an absolutely terrific earnings report. >> profits double at goldman sachs in the second quarter to $1.93 billion. >> john: yes, goldman sachs have been covering their investors in goldman showers. as an interesting sidenote here, one of the reasonses that goldman is doing so well is its trade in aluminum. as of i will incorrectly pronounce it for your comfort, aluminum. for years, aluminum has helped build our airplanes. it's kept us from sipping beer out of our hands. and provided much-needed headgear for our crazy people. ( laughter ). but wall street's darling has worked out that there is gold in that there aluminum. >> hundreds of millions of times a day, thirsty americans open a can of soda, beer, or jees expemp time they do it, they pay a fraction of a penny more becauseave shrewd maneuver by goldman sachs. >> the "new york times" reporting over the weekend that goldman sachs is running a scheme to artificially inflate aluminum prices. >> john: that scheme-- to marry an elderly
Comedy Central
Jul 26, 2013 7:25pm PDT
expemp time they do it, they pay a fraction of a penny more becauseave shrewd maneuver by goldman sachs. >> the "new york times" reporting over the weekend that goldman sachs is running a scheme to artificially inflate aluminum prices. >> john: that scheme-- to marry an elderly aluminum heiress and murder her for her money. so goldman sachs is running the classic reynold wrap grist on the american people, which means it's time for another installment of john oliver's details of foreign metal pricing update. wait, wait! don't change the channel! i promise this story is worth listening to. maybe we can just juice up the opening a bit. ♪ ♪ >> john oliver's arcane details of boron group metal pricing update. ( cheers and applause ) >> john: heavy metal what, is technically classed as light metal. ahhh! no, sax has two-- goldman sachs has two separate ventures in aluminum. had oans warehouse where aluminum is stored and also trades aluminum. see if you can figure out what happens next. >> the report claims goldman's warehouse creates bottlenecks, lengthening delivery times. the bank pro
Comedy Central
Jul 26, 2013 6:50pm PDT
stocks all had spectacular numbers. here's goldman sachs, by the way, which had an absolutely terrific earnings report. >> profits double at goldman sachs in the second quarter to $1.93 billion. >> john: yes, goldman sachs have been covering their investors in goldman showers. as an interesting sidenote here, one of the reasonses that goldman is doing so well is its trade in aluminum. as of i will incorrectly pronounce it for your comfort, aluminum. for years, aluminum has helped build our airplanes. it's kept us from sipping beer out of our hands. and provided much-needed headgear for our crazy people. ( laughter ). but wall street's darling has worked out that there is gold in that there aluminum. >> hundreds of millions of times a day, thirsty americans open a can of soda, beer, or jees expemp time they do it, they pay a fraction of a penny more becauseave shrewd maneuver by goldman sachs. >> the "new york times" reporting over the weekend that goldman sachs is running a scheme to artificially inflate aluminum prices. >> john: that scheme-- to marry an elderly aluminum heiress and m
CSPAN
Jul 27, 2013 7:00am EDT
to goldman sachs trader. we will talk with bob van voris of bloomberg. he will give us some of the specifics and also the sec's role in looking at this case. that came uppics was that of military spending. one of the things we took up on our "news pay -- "newsmakers row graham -- "newsmakers" program was senator ron wyden. iss speaking about what he concerned about when it comes to the collection of americans phone records. >> government will not state the rules are with respect to tracking americans on their cell phones. i have asked this repeatedly at public hearings and the intelligence committee, the government's official position is that first if they have the authority to do it, second they are not doing it now but they rulesot sell out what the are today with respect to the rights of americans, law-abiding americans, with respect to cell phone track the king -- cell phone tracking. the house defeated a proposal that would have banned the telephone collection under the nsa program. where'd you you see this debate going from here you go the you expected to continue continue, especially
PBS
Jul 24, 2013 6:30pm PDT
, the former goldman sachs trader who has become the symbol during the financial crisis breaks his silence in court. >>> and a new retirement playbook. with interest rates near historic lows, safe investments are delivering lousy returns. tonight, find out if alternative strategies are right for you as we continue our series how to not out live your money. we have that and more on "nightly business report" for wednesday, july 24th. >>> good evening everyone. welcome. earnings jumped, revenues spike and facebook investors are friending the stock late in the day sending it up almost 20%. the social networking company report add profit of 19 cents a share, excludeing accounting charges. that easily beat expectations of 14 cents. revenues up 53% over last year and the closely watched mobile slice of it's business boomed. kayla with a bigger look. >> tyler, what is driving facebook's popularity this quarter is once the biggest worry. a year ago when facebook went public it warned it didn't know how much money it could make in advertising. this quarter is affirmation whatever they are doing is w
MSNBC
Jul 23, 2013 5:00pm PDT
is the surprise. every time you buy a can of coke, or any product involving an aluminum can, goldman sachs is making a fraction of a penny off it. and they are doing it by manipulating the availability of the aluminum, itself. according to an expose by "the new york times," and before you say, well, no big deal, consider that when even one-tenth of one cent is multiplied by the 90 billion aluminum cans used in the country over a year, that's $5 billion. it has cost american consumers according to the "the new york times." that includes the aluminum sold for cars and house siding and electronics. there's a picture of the very raw materials in question. aluminum, a 2003 regulation allows wall street banks to purchase actual physical commodities. the federal reserve is now considering whether this regulation should end. the fed should consider this very carefully because it certainly looks like the banks have figured out how to game the system to make a fat lot of money with no actual benefit to anyone but themselves. solisen to this. okay. for example, goldman sachs bought metro internationa
PBS
Jul 30, 2013 6:30pm PDT
at which goldman sachs and morgan stanley hit a five-year anniversary of becoming bank holding companies, which subjects them to a different raft of obligations and could potentially force them to sell them off. >> congress is getting involved now and asking questions, wondering whether or not banks should be allowed to have any role in the commodities market, physical or paper-wise. what are you hear sng. >> i'm hearing a number of things. it depends which bank and which holdings. >> right. >> there are concerns some of these business activities pass on higher costs to customers. at the metal storage business stockpiling them and keeping them in storage longer than needs to created questions. at the same time, you know, if the banks get rid of commodities holdings they will go somewhere and may go to europe and be handled by companies beyond the reach of u.s. regulators and have less transparency. there are issues on both sides with letting the banks keep businesses or allowing other competitors to come in and possibly take them out. >> when we told the story last week, who knew banks w
Comedy Central
Jul 30, 2013 1:00am PDT
, you look at someone like jake, top obama treasury official. had to combat goldman sachs the whole time he was there. the absolute center of the sub prime mortgage crisis. he leaves to become head of global communications for guess who, goldman sachs. >> right. john: a senior white house official in this book says we are lapsing into self-parody. >> they might get spanked for a day or so but there's no price to place. the level of shame in washington is very, very low. the level of self-awareness in washington is very, very low. frankly there's no incentive to stop. >> john: can you stick around to talk because i need to talk some of this poison out of my system. >> happy to help. john: "this town" is on the book shelves now. [ cheers and applause ] 
FOX Business
Jul 24, 2013 12:00am EDT
'm melissarancis and here's what's "money"onight. goldman sachs is under fire. its scheme to cash in on the aluminum market sparks outrage from wall street all the way to capitol hill. you are going to hear from a top ecutive from one of the country's biggest aluminum companies just how bad this is. >>> plus the does the length of your hair influence how hones you are with money? honesty, he is laughing over here on the sidelin, honesty, conduct as nationwide experiment d everything from your hair to your hometown affects the outcome. honesty's ceo is here wh numbers. >>> who made money today. they're eating mcdonald's lunch or big mack is more appropriate. can't figure it out. find out who it is. even when they say it's not it is always about money! melissa: we brought it to you first last n night, allegations that goldman sachs is jacking up aluminum prices by moving price supplies among storage facility as and delaying shipments to increase demand. the reason this matters, cost of things you buy that contain aluminum, st think about it, are costing more than they should every t
FOX Business
Jul 23, 2013 9:00pm EDT
, it is an interesting background yourself, you were a goldman sachs guy, not just prounion, before going to goldman sachs you a involved in helping detroit out of the last rush in bankruptcy? in 1990? >> that is right. goldman sachs was hired to sell major assets. i headed the team that did that. dennis: d the city try to make any pension cuts back in 1990 >> not at th time. the skill the problem was much smaller. the gap was $55 million at that time. dennis: now we are talking nearly half of the total liabilities. do you think the city has the right in bkruptcy court proceedings to go ahead and start cutting benefits to current and future retirees? >> i practiced law for a whi but that was a long time ago i think there is a very legitimate chance the court will actually rule the constitution protects the pension benefits. i think the number is that you mentiod by the way subject to a great deal of dispute. dennis: tell us, if he is right and it turns out the court will so you don't have the right to cut those pensions, will the city be able to get out of this mess? >> nobody wins a fight, they ag
KICU
Jul 29, 2013 4:00am PDT
that it was reviewing morgan stanley and goldman sachs' commodities activities." according to cnbc, jp morgan could spin off or even sell its commodity assets. jp morgan says it's committed to traditional banking. a major bank in the uk may be scrambling to come up with capital. the wall street journal reports barclays plans to raise billions in new money to cover a $10 billion deficit. the bank reports earnings tomorrow and may reveal plans to issue convertible bonds and new common stock to boost capital levels. congress votes wedesday on student loan interest rates. the senate overwhemingly approved a bill last week calling for millions of students to pay 3.9% in interest this year. going forward, the interest rates undergrad students pay on stafford loans will be connected to the 10-year treasury. we turned to ben lichtenstien of trader's audio for his thoughts as a bond trader. "you have the potential and you're always going to go through these swings where the market migrates away from value and then back to value, whether it be to the upside or the downside. i mean, that's the market's job, is to
FOX Business
Jul 31, 2013 4:00pm EDT
of the most recent quarter with goldman sachs and raised $2.7 billion in liquidity for themselves. they have a ton of cash and we believe that cit probably represents something less than 15% of their total inventory. which if you look at the way invennory shook out last quarter, this could be exposure of less than 350 million in inventory and actually because it is financing, factory, only a small percentage of that number. in terms of cash impact i don't see this as a significant impact for jcp just yet. we don't have all the details. another factor one of the things we saw this morning that the journal came out this morning and pointed out jcpenney is number on online in back to school retailing. they weren't even in the top 10 last year. so i'm not sure what numbers are being sent out there to support this level of concern. david: let's follow this rumor a little more because according to the post what happened is cit, again we describe why it is so critical in jcpenney's operations, cit got a peek at their financials, at their last financials and it did not look good. is that possible? d
CNBC
Jul 29, 2013 12:00pm EDT
, goldman sachs, american express, i believe in the longer term story. i like what i see in energy. energy is having a horrible day today. yet i am staying with it. >> dr. jay, what are you doing? are you long risk, too? >> yeah, i am sticking with a lot of stuff, judge. i mean, overall i believe it is not as defined a directional trade today as far as to just jump on one sector. solar is hot. some of the silver stocks, and if you look at those two sectors by the way, solar and silver, each up about 13 to 15% over the last two weeks, and over the last month about 31% so a good time to be in those two and other than that, judge, i think we're going to be faced with the two-day fed meeting that means we will peak on wednesday in terms of interest because we have got that fed meeting and the adp report and we'll have various people positioning ahead of the jobs report on friday, but wednesday i think will be more or less the high point of volatility for the week and we ebb a little lower going into the jobs report but certainly not selling off into that jobs report. >> definitely. you really
CSPAN
Jul 27, 2013 6:00am EDT
spending bill. then a legal case against goldman sachs trader for restore for his role in the 2008 financial crisis -- crash. and historian greg brezinski will be on the program to talk about the 60th anniversary of the armistice that ended the korean war. "washington journal" begins at 7:00 eastern time on c-span. >> the treatment of hunger strikers at guantanamo compromises the core, ethical values of our medical profession. the ama has long endorsed the principle that every competent patient has the right to refuse medical intervention. the world medical association and the international red cross have determined that force- feeding through the use of her strains is not only an ethical violation, but conference is article three of the geneva dimensions. my concern is less just sit inside the numbers that you might or might not feel you can safely push out. an unknown number -- number, but the a president has apparently said it is 46 -- that you can never try. do you honestly think that the people behind me and the people who are compelling this hearing demonstrate for thewww
FOX Business
Jul 29, 2013 3:00pm EDT
case tt is the case. liz: you said goldman sachs, who else clearing trade? >> i was just using that as a hypothetical but every major firm deals with it. they deal with everybody, they spread it around and they pay cash commissions. a big and has monthly wall street firms themselves to hand them their best research. liz: ben bernanke? holding the hand up? >> hank is suing aig and the federal government as well basically saying that the aig bailout was illegal and screwed shareholders. he says there was ways to do it without a bailout. he has the courts listening. here is what we understand, we know ben bernanke can take testimony from him, one of the architects of the 2008 aig bailout, what i hear is they will not stop there. he wants to take testimony of hank paulson, and tim geithner who is the head of the new york fed, all three of those, sort of the main players in the bailout of 2008 so he is not stopping here. i will say this. i know for a fact they want to take one. bernanke can appeal this decision, we spoke with the colombia university professor one of the smartest guy
FOX Business
Jul 30, 2013 1:00pm EDT
stocks getting destroyed today. adam: former goldman sachs trader tells our own elizabeth macdonald he is feeling good. the latest from the courthouse is just ahead. ♪ [ male announcer ] at his current pace, bob will retire when he's 153, which would be fine if bob were a vampire. but he's not. ♪ he's an architect with two kids and a mortgage. luckily, he found sosomeone who gave him a fresh perspective on hisortfolio. and with some planning and effort, hopefully bob can retire at a more appropriate age. it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. ♪ lori: charles payne has entered the studio to help all of us make some money. charles: i was thinking about stuart varney. he was on a tractor with flip-flops. tractor supply. they sell everything but tractors. when i say everything, i mean everything. you want some camel overalls, hunting, everything you need. the last time they reported, sales were up 14%. a year ago 3.2%. i think the stock can probably continue to go. adam: who is buying most of their stuff? charles: real life farmers. in the new york state
CNBC
Jul 26, 2013 6:00pm EDT
. that was that it picked up its fourth analyst. a very visible one or may 10, 2006, when the big firm of goldman sachs started to cover the stock. it's become an institutional name when goldman sells it. you had two months to sell. there was still some good upside left after goldman started the coverage. but prudence dictated that we sell once the stock had all the analysts covering it. hanson pretty much all other small hot stocks started to cool off once it hit the critical mass of analyst coverage, especially a big-time analyst like goldman sachs. once it's following something, believe me it is no longer undiscovered. incredibly after they fell off the radar screen, it had gotten on to -- people stopped talking about it. and the analyst coverage dwindled. that's right. people forgot about it again. you know what happened? after it was forgotten people stopped writing about it, the stock recharged and powered higher again like nothing ever happened. it was an amazing renaissance. again, a testament when analysts stop following a company, but the company's earnings start percolating again you have a
CNBC
Jul 29, 2013 3:00pm EDT
, but if one guest is right, it won't be quiet for long. terry burnham, former goldman sachs trader, says the dow is likely to fall to 5,000 than it is to hit 20,000. he's here to explain that incredible bearish call. >> we want him to definitely explain that. >>> also, one of the most hotly contested stocks out there due with earnings in about one hour from now. there it is right there. herbalife, the stock is having a nice day -- oh, it's having a nice year. up more than 80% this year. noted herbalife cynic, our own herb greenberg, is going to be here when the news hits the tape. >>> it's the story that has many asking what in the world is steve cohen thinking? on the weekend after seeing his firm indicted, he throws a flashy party at his hamptons home. it's definitely legal, but is it smart? we'll discuss that ahead. >>> and the markets right now, let's look at where we stand on this monday on the street. it's been somewhat of a quiet day. not a quiet week ahead of us, though. there's the dow at this hour. it is down 23 points. take a look at the nasdaq and the s&p, as well. we're nega
FOX Business
Jul 30, 2013 3:00pm EDT
the assets for the deal that he then shorted. they are going after her, also going after goldman sachs executive, waivers back and forth on the knowledge of john's role in the deal. we did speak to a top attorney for tourre telling fox business when we asked, why did the fcc call parts of the evidence, quote, circumstantial? because it is. there's e-mails stitched together that the fcc is ramping up misunderstandings and e-mails and accuracies, and infercheses from e-mails into a federal case that no one in court, no investor in court, stood up and pointed their finger saying, you misled me by not disclosing the name to us, and that's why we invested. there's more information coming out. the jury, liz, can rule or decide, rather that tourre is guilty of lesser charges of negligence and wrecklessness. they did not focus on the strongest part of the case, and that is the actual deal documents that went out to investors that did not disclose john paulson's name nor his role in cherry picking assets. remember, goldman sachs paid, at the time, a record fine of $550 million, neither admittin
CNBC
Jul 29, 2013 5:00pm EDT
, then you look at the financials, jpmorgan, morgan stanley, goldman sachs, we've seen strong numbers. i think there's plenty of room to the upside. the financials and the industrials are telling me we're going higher. >> 25% year over year growth. the rest of the market was down year after year. here you have a situation where the financials came off of a very extended period where they had earnings expressed. they got rid of the risk and started growing again. without the financials there is really no earnings growth. we are in the fourth year of low rates and stimulus and not getting the earnings growth. >> how much of it is there is no better place than equities right now. how much of that exists. >> in u.s. equities. >> it's a crowded trade. >> if the market comes in five% due stay long, get longer? >> here's the thing. we have an fomc meeting this week. the consensus that the fed is going to start to taper in september. then we have an air pocket between august 15st and mid september when the next fed meeting is. to me we have to see stuff happen here or the market will anticipate
CSPAN
Jul 27, 2013 1:30pm EDT
bet. in 2007, he was a 28-year-old trader at goldman sachs. the s.e.c. sued him as well because of an investment he structured that was backed by ub prime mort bonts. -- bonds that went sour in the next couple years, as a lot of investments did. fourre c. claims that isleads investors in the deal. about the role played by a u.s. hedge fund that shorted the u.s. housing market in 2006 and 2007. according to the s.e.c., what fourre did was not disclose to the investors that they helped take out the portfolio of investments behind this vehicle hat was called abicus. >> so mr. paulson wrote the investments, but mr. paulson also wanted those investments to fail? >> that's right. paulson made a $1 million bet against these investments. he shorted abicus. , paulson &t the time company was making massive bets against the u.s. housing market. the s.e.c. claims that this was securities fraud. that having paulson sclect select the assets that he -- they would then bet against was unfair to investors, and that was responsible for the investors losing about a billion dollars. the way the s.e
KICU
Jul 24, 2013 4:00am PDT
the banks own railroads in this country, whether the banks own airports in this country." goldman sachs reposnded to the outcry, saying, "we hold an inventory position in a particular physical commodity for the purposes of meeting the needs of our clients or as a hedge for positions in commodity futures or derivatives we assume as a market maker." congress has scheduled hearings this week, and the fed says it is revisiting the issue. a wall street watchdog is bidding farewell. deputy treasury secretary neal wolin will leave the white house at the end of august. wolin was with the administration throughout the financial crisis, and was the longest- serving deputy treasury secretary. his next move has not yet been announced. president obama is on the road again. today he will present his fiscal agenda in illinois before moving on to other midwest states. he's expected to talk about the economy, jobs and immigration. "it will be a pretty good speech, but as we've learned, i've given some pretty good speeches before and then things still get stuck here in washington." the president made t
KICU
Jul 25, 2013 4:00am PDT
into the gulf of mexico by the end of the century. bp has no comment. the former goldman sachs trader known as "fabulous fab" took the stand in his fraud trial wednesday. the sec alleges fabrice tourre mislead investors with real estate- related funds that lost nearly a billion dollars when the housing market collapsed. an sec attorney told the court tourre failed to disclose the "paulson & company" hedge fund selected the fund and was also shorting it. tourre reportedly told the court, "i'm not paulson and don't know specifically what trades they were doing." federal prosecutors may come out with criminal charges against "sac capital advisors" this week. authorities have questioned the firm's practices for years. as one of the nation's most successful hedge funds, sac churns out $1 billion per year in trading commissions and fees. however, it faces possible allegations of insider trading. cnbc reports founder steven cohen sent out an email to the staff that he expects sac to operate normally going forward. cohen's sec hearing is set for august 26th. the plot thickens: the ball is now in bi
SFGTV
Jul 25, 2013 1:00pm PDT
this little financial -- goldman sachs is using to manipulate the price of aluminum. it's drained like $5 billion out of the economy over the last three years and has brought nothing, no useful thing out of it. this is happening all over the place. and, you know, so, we're being bled dry. there is the money there and our elected leaders need to stand up and say that and do something about it. thank you. (applause) >> thank you. next speaker. before she speaks, i'll call a number of cars. luma nick vthv. theresa [speaker not understood]. hull man turner. >>> hello, my name is [speaker not understood] i teach in the art department and a chairperson of the art department. i just wanted to let you know in recent weeks fellow faculty and i have been distributing those beautiful fall schedules throughout the area. and sadly many of the people that we speak with say that we're closed. so, we very seriously need your help in advertising the fact that we're open and accredited as g ohar said. but we need your faces attached to the statements and we need to be everywhere. finally i want to say all
PBS
Jul 29, 2013 7:00pm PDT
finance from fabulous goldman sachs trader to steve cohen on the hook for his employees insider trading. both defending content that's come back to haunt them. is snap chat the answer? hickman warns, even the most efemoral technology has a loophole. >> you think somebody's deleted. but once someone gets ahold of that phone, and they want to recover it, for a legal purpose or any type of nefarious use, you can do that within only a couple hours. >> snap chat's biggest risk, not a screen grab, but a subpoena. for nightly business report, kayla toushi. >>> are you at risk of hidden charges on your credit card? they're unwanted but not illegal. they may be costing you hundreds of dollars a year. >>> let's get a check on how commodities, treasuries and currencies performed today. >>> the merger between usairways and american airlines could sooning cleared for takeoff. european regulators are set to give the okay to the $11 billion deal creating the world's largest airline. approval hinges on the combined carriers agreeing to surrender several aircraft slots at airports in london and philadel
CBS
Jul 29, 2013 5:30pm PDT
in commodities. goldman sachs $7.7 billion, and morgan stanley $6.7 billion. congress and the justice usticement are now questioning whether that allows big banks to manipulate prices of raw materials. >> banks should get back to being banks. they should get back to lending en small businesses and to individuals. s> reporter: in 2003, the federal reserve loosen it had rules that allowed big banks to buy physical commodities such as oil and metals, that's driven up n uces for consumers and, bob, the fed now says they're going to review their ruling. ruschieffer: okay, ben, thanks. it's being called the largest-ever sweep for child prostitutes and the pimps who control them. over the weekend, the f.b.i. arrested 159 people on sex trafficking charges in 76 cities across the united states. they rescued 105 victims, almost all of them girls between the ages of 13 and 17. the f.b.i. will soon have a new director. or.e today the senate voted senatelmingly to confirm james comey. y.e vote 93-1. he was the number two man at the justice department during the justnistration of george w. bush. ehere is incr
ABC
Jul 25, 2013 7:00am PDT
about now, that are kind of funny? >> kind of funny? we're looking at goldman sachs. you're right. that's kind of funny and kind of frustrating. goldman sachs, debacle. we've not wanted this. the summers are usually slow. we had edward snowden, gay marriage, immigration, anthony weiner, that was a gift. some days are easier than others. when anthony weiner happened yesterday, i'm not going to say that was a difficult day to write jokes. >> the royal wedding has been big for you. >> and the subsequent baby. the baby's huge. king george. you should be on your knees. >> king george. you mentioned edward snowden. let's say he's watching right now. >> let's just say that. >> what do we say to edward? >> edward, i hope you're enjoying russia's airport. i hope you're enjoying living on vodka. i'm amazing he has pigment in his skin left after what he's been doing through. moscow airport. >> i wondered about toblerone. >> the whole business model based on nothing else being available to him. >> borsht. >> and john oliver, thank you so much. >> a pleasure, thank you. thank you very much. >> never
CNBC
Jul 25, 2013 4:00am EDT
. reports say the company is working with goldman sachs in the early stages of a sale that could value at more than $1.7 billion. cke has more than 3,000 locations in 42 u.s. states, around 25 countries. i must say carl's jr. is certainly very tasty. >>> qualcomm's third quarter profit woes matching forecasts. and revenue beat on estimates on strong demand for its mobile chips. the leading supplier of chips for the iphone and android devices says average selling prices are rising in developed countries and emerging markets. qualcomm faces increasing competition from asian chipmakers and intel. but the company is projecting fourth quarter earnings above analysts expectations. >>> here is a look at how qualcomm shares are faring after hours trade. up 4% and in frankfurt today, ahead 2.6%. >>> general motors is set to report upbeat secretary kwaeond earnings after the bell. the major focus will be on how much the automaker cut its losses in europe. reporting yesterday, ford posted a second quarter profit of $1.2 billion, driven by strong u.s. and china demand. joining us from detroit is m
FOX Business
Jul 30, 2013 11:00am EDT
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